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Poppy Montgomery chats impending motherhood with WHO

07/19/2007 at 08:47 AM ET

Actress Poppy Montgomery (Without A Trace) chatted with Australian sister magazine to PEOPLE, WHO last week about impending motherhood and the worst parts of her pregnancy. Poppy and boyfriend, Adam Kaufman‘s son is due in late December. Here are the pregnancy/baby related highlights.

Are you [and your sister] looking forward to having babies the same time?

It’s going to be actually really good I think. It’s going to be really fun. I’m glad we’re doing it together. I’m really excited about it.

What’s the worst part of being pregnant?

My giant boobs and my belly, not fitting into jeans. I actually love being pregnant, I do, because I’m allowing myself to eat the foods that I feel like eating.

Source: WHO

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I hope you can mention my memoir on your website. Getting to Mommy by Diane Shilling is a reconstructed diary of people, places and events, beginning with a later-in-life marriage and inability to conceive a child at first and then, after coming to terms with the possibility of never becoming a parent, beating incredible odds and giving birth to a daughter at the age of forty-three. Getting To Mommy deals primarily with the reactions and reflections of the author and others to situations which are both conventional, and yet at the same time extraordinary. It is available on barnesandnoble.com and Amazon.com. Thank you.

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Don’t know who she is but she looks great.

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